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Stella Deus: The Gate of Eternity released on PlayStation 2 back in 2005. Today, Atlus has re-released the game as a PlayStation 2 classic on the PlayStation Network.
Stella Deus is a game just two years shy of its ten year anniversary. It's a strategy title with hand-drawn artwork, making it a game that is easy on the eyes. It's available to download now on the PlayStation Network for $9.99.
Our TakeIt's always good to see these niche titles get new life in the world of digital distribution. I never played Stella Deus myself, but considering it's an Atlus game, I'm sure there is a dedicated fanbase out there very excited to dive back into the game, or experience it for the first time.
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A re-released PS2 strategy game from Atlus for $9.99; what a deal. ^_^
today! dang! to the ps store!
Oh God don't tell me this! I'm already juggling about seven games right now, and I plan on getting Diablo 3 this weekend. And I haven't even gotten to SMT 4 yet. I need a video game personal trainer to help me get through this backlog building up around me...
I saw "Atlus" and I already wanted to buy it, despite having never heard of the game. I'm always in the mood for more tactical games, plus the art's awesome.
May check this out...sounds like Final Fnatasy Tactics- level of plotline, and Ogre Battle elements of job class and leveling mixed with some Record of Agarest War-type combat, and reviews have been favorable from what I was able to find.
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More for PSN is usually good.
I'm more than likely going to pick this up as well. So many games and huge back log games to play I don't know where I'm going to have time to play them. Diablo III is consuming meeeee
Awesome. I'll be happy to pick this one up on PSN.
Atlus certainly seems to be churning out a lot of announcements and releases recently--in the wake of them being put up for sale. I wonder if these things are linked? Is Atlus trying to get as many more releases out as possible before coming under new management, or this is this just a coincidence?